PHENIX CITY, Ala. – Vectorply Corporation is excited to announce the release of VectorLam Cirrus 2.0 at the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo (CAMX) on October 26-29, 2015 at the Dallas Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.
VectorLam Cirrus 2.0 is the latest edition of Vectorply’s proprietary laminate analysis software. VectorLam Cirrus 2.0 provides a cloud-based, multi-platform compatible approach to classical laminate theory and provides a suite of services across diversified market segments. This upgrade from the Excel-based version of VectorLam allows users to build and access laminates on nearly any internet connected device.
VectorLam Cirrus 2.0 helps users achieve goals of stiffness, strength, weight and cost by allowing users to design the perfect laminate for their application. Whether it is comparing materials, resin, or even manufacturing processes, VectorLam Cirrus 2.0 offers the best solution and reports it in clear, concise language
The VectorLam Cirrus 2.0 program is free to all users, and will be accessible through Vectorply’s website, www.vectorply.com.
The Vectorply website also features a new look that will be on display at CAMX 2015. Visitors who have not yet seen the new website will be able to view the easier to navigate pages and see examples of Vectorply’s easily downloadable specification sheets.
Another exciting event that will take place at CAMX 2015 is the debut of Vectorply’s new 20’ X 20’ custom show booth (Booth T112). The interactive booth will feature examples of the latest product offerings by Vectorply including thermoplastic, carbon rod, and lightweight carbon fabrics among many others. Visitors will be able to take a hands-on tour of the new booth to see how Vectorply designs and manufactures custom fabrics to meet their specific requirements.
Finally, Vectorply’s Director of Composites Engineering, Trevor Gundberg, P.E., will present his technical paper titled E-Glass/Polypropylene Woven & Stitch-Bonded Biaxial Fabrics – Static & Dynamic Composite Property Characterization at CAMX 2015. The paper covers the mechanical property testing, both static and dynamic, done on Vectorply’s ThermoPly E-Glass/polypropylene comingled fabrics. Gundberg will compare this data with other types of thermoplastic composites, including LFRT, and similar thermoset composites.